NFL players union chief DeMaurice Smith says the league isn’t exactly refuting his organization’s claim of collusion.
The NFLPA says it was simply coincidence that it brought a collusion lawsuit against the NFL a day after the Redskins’ and Cowboys’ salary cap dispute was dismissed by the league arbitrator, but regardless of why or when it happened, it’s a game changer for Washington…and the Redskins should take it as a sign that the fight’s not over.
Andrew Brandt, president and founder of The National Football Post lent his vast knowledge to Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier today in the twilight of the Redskins and Cowboys having their cases against the NFL turned away by the league arbitrator. He broke the entire litigation process down in plain English, and also provided a juicy nugget about Lavar.
DeMaurice Smith welcomes congressional hearing on HGH but wants questions answered first.
NFLPA’s George Atallah calls while on his way to New York via train before today’s NFL labor meetings with Roger Goodell and owners.
Keim details yesterday’s player-organized Redskins practice
The Sports Junkies’ speak with Saints QB Drew Brees and NFLPA President DeMaurice Smith before the day’s NFL labor negotiations.
Junks talk to NFLPA President DeMaurice Smith about the impending lockout and current NFL labor negotiations.
DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the NFLPA, talked to the Junkies and some of their listeners about the negotiations with NFL including the possibility of an 18 game season.